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Can't turn the ignition

I went to start the car and the ignition won't turn. I tried 3 different keys and none will turn the ignition so I know it's not the key. I can't move the shifter and the steering wheel is not locked in position as I thought it would be. any ideas?

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  • motorhead84 Jun 29, 2008

    Yeah mine does the same unless i jump it off so i going for a new bigger battery but I know that wont fix the other problems like the radio turning off and on on its own and everything electrical acting crazy I whish i new what was wrong

  • OhioGolfer Feb 04, 2009

    Same issue here with a 2005 Limited. Shift lever is stuck, key won't turn

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    THE CAR DID MOVE I D PSITION. it MOVED IN R ,S.I JUST GAVE IGNITION ,DID NOT START THE CAR AND TRIED AGAIN,IT WENT INTO D AND THE CAR MOOVED WHEN I GAVE IT A START

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Its low battery problem, check it out.

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